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The Brightside Ground

Nevil Road, Bris, BS7 9EJ

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Mon - Fri 9.00am - 17.00pm

Sat & Sun CLOSED

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(0117) 910 8009

Work for us: The GCB seeks coaching apprentices

The Gloucestershire Cricket Board (GCB) wishes to appoint two Cricket Apprentices. The posts will have a focus on developing opportunities for young people in schools to play and enjoy cricket.

Tributes paid to disability cricket driving force Tim Polley

Gloucestershire Cricket Board (GCB) projects and programmes manager Chris Munden has paid tribute to disability cricket driving force Tim Polley who passed away in November

“Every club needs a Simon Gordon-Walker” – tributes paid to popular Poulton CC secretary

Gloucestershire Cricket Board (GCB) chief executive Steve Silk has paid tribute to Poulton CC secretary Simon Gordon-Walker who has died.

Sign-up for 2019 GYCL, U16 T20 and U19 T20

Registration is now open for the 2019 Gloucestershire Youth Cricket Leagues, U16 T20 & U19 T20 competitions.

Dumbleton win U16 Jelf T20 as tournament revamp proposed

A month after Dumbleton were crowned Jelf Gloucestershire Under 16 T20 champions, plans are already afoot to revamp the competition for next season.

Dumbleton beat Cheltenham by 56 runs in the 2018 final but with the earlier stages blighted by cancellations, clubs have received a set of proposals to improve the tournament in 2019.

Community

As well as growing cricket through clubs and schools, the GCB is committed to developing the game through less traditional routes through our community programme.

These include Chance to Shine Street cricket sessions, the Bristol Big Bash T20 League and regular taster and pop-up events.

In partnership with the Lord’s Taverners we have a dedicated Wicketz Development officer – Crispin Shingler – whose job it is to grow cricket in underprivileged communities in Bristol. His aim is to use cricket to bring people together and as a tool to bring about social change.

Chance to Shine Street

Chance to Shine Street is a free cricket initiative that brings together young people from diverse communities in Bristol and gives them the opportunity to learn and play cricket.

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Wicketz Bristol

Wicketz Bristol is a free cricket programme for 8–16-year-olds from inner-city communities.

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ECB City Cup

Bristol’s city-wide T20 talent search for the next professional is back again with a new menu of exciting cricket to offer.

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Dumbleton win U16 Jelf T20 as tournament revamp proposed

A month after Dumbleton were crowned Jelf Gloucestershire Under 16 T20 champions, plans are already afoot to revamp the competition for next season. Dumbleton beat Cheltenham by 56 runs in the 2018 final but with the earlier stages blighted by cancellations, clubs have received a set of proposals to improve the tournament in 2019.
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